The National Audubon Society is a leader in the conservation industry, focusing on preserving and restoring the natural ecosystems of birds and other wildlife. An organization with a century-old legacy, Audubon is made up of dedicated staff who work to fulfill our mission and help protect our environment.
Audubon's Statement on Diversity and Inclusion
Just as biodiversity strengthens natural systems, the diversity of human experience strengthens our conservation efforts for the benefit of nature and all human beings.
Audubon is committed to diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity. We know that our goal of protecting birds and ecosystems cannot be fully achieved unless talented individuals from all backgrounds are engaged and valued in our work. We are committed to broadening staff, board, volunteer, member, and supporter diversity, and to maintaining a network of Audubon Centers and Chapters in all kinds of communities, from rural to urban. We are dedicated to ensuring a work environment that prioritizes fairness and respect.
At Audubon, all employees are treated equally and are encouraged to achieve their fullest potential. We respect the individuality of each member of our community, and we are committed to a workplace free of any kind of discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, national or ethnic origin, politics, or veteran status. Audubon celebrates diversity as core to our institutional values, our mission, and our vision of success.
Careers & Internships
To learn more about our exciting career opportunities, as well as paid and unpaid internships under our formal program, Wings, please visit our online Career Center at: http://www.audubon.org/careers.
We offer various opportunities in the following areas:
- Audubon Magazine
- Environmental Education
- Land Stewardship
- Marketing and Communications
- Public Policy